I recommend that everyone watch a documentary that tells the story of the food we eat. Food, Inc. is a good one. There are almost always mass-producing farm documentaries on PBS, too. After all, we need to know what we are feeding our families. Most of us care deeply about what their soul and mind intake. We spend hours praying, searching, delivering what they need. And we guard their hearts and minds, often asking God to do so, as well. But we might not be as particular and protective with their bodies. And the effects on our children, families, and society are going to be devastating.
|Lunch was pretty good today: apple, carrots, brown rice, sweet potato crackers, and cheese|
|Organic chicken tortilla soup, UNorganice multi grain chips|